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See also: Terminator (homonymy)
Terminator ( The Terminator in the original version) is a American film of Science-fiction, carried out in 1984 by James Cameron. It is the film which consolidated Arnold Schwarzenegger in its statute of star, acquired in 1982 with Conan the Barbarian .
In a near future, the computer “Skynet” in load of the strategic management of the American armies develops its own conscience using an car-evolutionary artificial intelligence. Become autonomous, it involves a nuclear war between the great powers in order to eliminate the mankind.
However, a handle of combatants directed by a certain John Connor still faces, taking refuge in underground shelters and combatant the machines created to destroy the last pockets of resistance human.
In front of its incapacity to get rid completely of the human last, Skynet designs a machine to go up time and sends in the past, in 1984, one of its Terminators: a cyborg of appearance humanoïde used to change the past. Its mission: to eliminate Sarah Connor, future mother of the chief of resistance.
Informed in time, John Connor invests the temporal laboratory of Skynet (this event is shown in none of three films, but it is described in the novellisation of Terminator 2). It decides to send one of its men, the sergeant Kyle Reese, in the past to protect his mother from Terminator.
- the topic of a robot killer sent in the past to prevent the birth of a child had already been treated by Fred Saberhagen in his series of the Berserker (see Science-fiction).
the topic of a planetary computing system intended to ensure peace and arriving while neutralizing the mankind had been treated there by D.F. Jones in his novel Colossus: the project Forbin .
the appearance of Terminator - with the face semi-man semi-machine - can be inspired by the character of comic-book Deathlock, James Cameron being a large expert of comics.
- Title: Terminator
- original Title: The Terminator
- Realization: James Cameron
- Scenario: James Cameron, Scale Anne Hurd, William Wisher Jr. and Harlan Ellison (not credited) resulting from two episodes of Beyond reality
- Producing: Scale Anne Hurd
- Production: Cinema 84, the U.S.A. Hemdale Film Corporation, the U.S.A. Pacific Western, the U.S.A.
- Director of the photography: Adam Greenberg
- Original music: Brad Fiedel
- Assembly: Mark Goldblatt
- Decorations: Maria Rebman Caso
- special Effects: Stan Winston, Gene Warren Jr. and Peter Kleinow
- Country of origin: The United States
- Kind: Science fiction
- Format: its numerical Dolby, 1:85.1, 35 mm
- Color: Color
- Budget: 6,4 million $
- Lasted: 108 minutes
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